Nolah Pillow Giveaway

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In celebration of our recently published guide to the best pillows for stomach sleepers, we’re launching another week of giveaways. First up, we’re offering three lucky sleepers the chance to win a fabulous NOLAH PILLOW!

Nolah Pillow Giveaway

The Nolah Air Fiber pillow is filled with a down-alternative that’s easy to manipulate and fold into any number of supportive shapes. We like this accessory for stomach sleepers because it lays flat, so doesn’t crane the neck into a weird position or lift the shoulders out of alignment with the hips.

We’ll be choosing three lucky winners for this giveaway, so enter now! And don’t forget to throw your hat into all our other exciting contests:

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Cody Gohl is a Brooklyn-based journalist and editor who thinks it’s totally fine to work from bed. While he’s always down to investigate and learn about new subjects, he’s got a particular fondness for reporting on LGBTQ+ issues (Logo, CityLife, My Son Wears Heels), fashion trends (The Manual, Next) and all matters related to sleep (Sleepopolis). A bit of an insomniac, his current task is to discover the best all-natural sleep remedy on the planet. Find him tweeting @CodyGohl and insta... ing @pico.de.gayo

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86 thoughts on “Nolah Pillow Giveaway

  1. The spine a line pillow is my favorite since I have a painful neck and I seem to fall asleep on my side and always wake up on my back.

  2. Oh my gosh, I have the most trouble finding a comfortable position with my pillow at night. That’s mostly what keeps me up at night. I’m 1st a stomach sleeper, 2nd a side sleeper and lastly a back sleep. You can image how tough it is for me to find the right pillow. I wish I had one of each of Sleepopolis’ pillows to try. From what I’ve read I think I would like to try the Casper. Thak you for the chance to win.

  3. I like the Casper pillow. I’m both a side and stomach sleeper, but I do sleep on my back sometimes. The Casper sounds like a perfect for for me.

  4. I like the Purple Pillow and the Nolah pillow for stomach sleepers. I have a bad back so I sleep on my back now and cannot sleep on my stomach or my side and I still like the two pillows I mentioned.

  5. I just had a cervical neck fusion on Oct. 30, 2018. My fifth surgery on my neck alone. I also have pinched nerves in my lower back with sciatica pain, I would love to try out your pillows and mattresses. I am sleeping in a recliner right now cause I can’t get comfortable on my mattress or pillows. I keep hitting the link to try to win but it keeps kicking me off before I can enter. Can you help me Please.

  6. I would really like to win this. I have yet to find a pillow that I can use that doesn’t go flat, hurt, fall apart and get floppy, or is just too hard. I currently have a Sleep Number pillow that claimed it wouldn’t go flat. Right. It’s useless, and flat, and I still have neck and back pain, wake up throughout the night several times, and have migraines. Can your pillow help?

  7. The Nolah Air Fiber pillow is filled with a down-alternative that’s easy to manipulate and fold into any number of supportive shapes. We like this accessory for stomach sleepers because it lays flat, so doesn’t crane the neck into a weird position or lift the shoulders out of alignment with the hips. What a great pillow to sleep with that will help you avoid a stiff neck if you move around while you sleep!!

  8. I have been looking for the perfect pillow for a long time, and still haven’t found the right one. None of the pillows that I have bought have given me the best night sleep. I wake up in the morning with either a headache or stiff neck. Please help.

  9. I would prefer the Casper pillow because it does not elevate your head or hurt your neck and you can remove the middle insert if it’s too lofty. I also like that it accomodates side sleeping since I sometimes sleep on my side

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